Month: October 2012

South Sudan plans mediation between Ethiopia and Eritrea

South Sudan is using its familiarity with mediation specifically boarder mediation to assist Ethiopia and Eritrea in their differences. www.chicagotribune.com/news/

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October 2012: Appropriate Economic Approach for South Sudan’s Economy (Ajak)

As we have already seen most of the leaders of the newly independence Country of South Sudan regard themselves as socialistic of one kind or another. It could even be said that socialism can become predominant ideology in South Sudan.

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Interested in how our University students get to school very day….

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Jok Nhial, founder of the Liliir Education Project, to speak at Wesley Homes this Wednesday Oct 10th

Jok Nhial will speak about his story and the story of the “Lost Boys” this Wednesday at 7pm at Wesley Homes. (815 S. 216th Street Des Moines, WA 98198). For more information please contact Jok.

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Special thanks to the following sponsors for their support

The Dash for South Sudan has a huge success this year. Thanks to all our supporters for their generosity! Please join us next year.

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Specifics of Sudan and South Sudan agreements reached Oct 2012

There was a series of agreements reached last week between South Sudan and Sudan pertaining to border, immigration issues, etc. This excerpt does a good job of summing up what agreements were reached. South Sudan/Sudan agreements Oct 2012

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Dash for South Sudan 2012 5K Race Results

Event Results for: Dash for Sudan     ( Report date:  Oct 06/2012 11:10 ) Bib# Person’s Name Gender Overall Time Place Males 4412 Hewitt, Andrew M 00:20:43.49 1 4377 Berett, Zachary M 00:20:54.79 2 4384 Waiss, Ben M 00:21:51.69 3 4363

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October 2012: Appropriate Economic Approach for South Sudan’s Economy (Kou)

South Sudan is indisputably one of the poorest countries in the world. It lacks vital institutional settings due to long period of destruction and instability triggered by the decades Sudanese civil wars. There is shocking level of capacity building, it

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